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Thank you to the Growers at the Minneapolis Farmers Market

2017-03-15T13:47:13+00:00 Categories: Meeting, Vendors|Tags: , |

Last season the Minneapolis Farmers Market donated 67,184 pounds of fresh produce to the Food Group that was distributed to local food shelves completely free. Thank you growers at the Market and your commitment to [...]

Picha Farms- Putting the Eden in Eden Prairie since 1903

2017-01-30T18:20:36+00:00 Categories: Meeting, Vendors|Tags: , , |

Winding your way through Eden Prairie’s well developed neighborhood streets, you begin to wonder if Google Maps could possibly have it wrong, because you are, after all, in search of a family farm that is able to [...]

MARKET TALK: Tina Rexing on Competitive Baking

2017-01-30T18:20:36+00:00 Categories: Learning, Meeting, News, On-site Event, Recipes, Vendors|Tags: , , |

State fair season is upon us! If you're thinking of entering a baked good in competition, this is a Market Talk you cant miss! Come with your questions, your recipes and/or your homemade treats this [...]

Welcome “Ariel’s Backyard” To The Market!

2017-01-30T18:20:36+00:00 Categories: Meeting, News, Vendors|

We are excited to welcome a new vendor into the Minneapolis Farmers Market family, Ariel’s Backyard is selling fresh (and I mean fresh, some of it is still growing!) aquaponics grown lettuce that means absolutely no chemicals or pesticides [...]

MFM On The Road: Home At the Eichten’s

2017-01-30T18:20:37+00:00 Categories: Learning, Meeting, News, Vendors|Tags: , , , , , |

When you approach the Eichten family farm from the highway and see the majestic bison out in the grassy fields, you can’t help but hum “Home on the range,” as you pull in and pass the [...]

Minneapolis Farmers Market On The Road: A Trout-Air Visit

2017-01-30T18:20:37+00:00 Categories: News, Vendors|Tags: , , , , |

Fresh doesn’t even begin to get at the quality of Trout-Air Farm’s fresh and smoked trout. The trout?-- these guys are swimming, then they’re brining, then smoking and then they are picked up by your hands at [...]

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